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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, March 14, 1931
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MASON CITY GLOBE GAZETTE w w YOU PLAY THESE IT'S PHONE IDEAL AMERICAN LAUNDRY 8 A . A INTERNATIONAL MOTOR TRUCKS Sales and Service 2S Sixth St.'S.- Phone 20: 3 * AMONG OUK CUSTOaiERS ARE-Bankers, Lawyeri** : Musi- clans, , Batchers» Doctors, Merchants, Grocers j D*- tlsts» Engineers. Harvey Bros* "ED" FIIHNE'GAN. Prop. .104 South Federal * 2 F U R S HIGH TEST LOW TEST GAS AT-f- ;PRIOE .Seasonable Gasoline ISBELL OIL CO. 2801 S. : Federal us N. Coin! A NEW SPRING LINE . . . SEE OUR Fox Scarf s-Novelty Scarfs - Jacket tes PLUMBING HEATING J. C. Puth Co. FHONE 989 INDIVIDUAL HAIR CUTS FOR " PARTICULAR PEOPLE MTw«hM*« BEAUTS ***,Jrer 9 SALON Phone 919 7 S. Delaware For a limited free, two J61u the purchase. Electric Wasfi when you buy Boomhowi 118 N. Fed. A\ M A R S H A L L Sc A WE HAVE-- all the modern facilities for expert repairing and vulcanizing--and are confident we can please yon. MULLIGAN SON 1 118 W. State * V HIGH FURNITURE STANDARDS . \ Are the keynote of administration' in this concern., Our stock is always new and you have every assurance of the best of · , workmanship. Tyler-Ryan Furniture Co. · i "215 North Federal I DO YOTJ KNOW , WE HAVE A I NCOMPLETE 1 ^LAUNDRY I Phone 495 - SMITH'S 1 KLASSY KLEANEBS _ ' Lannderers and.. Dry · · . Cleaners foloiil W O M E N S 101 North Federal MASON CITY A - LUXUS SPECIALS for » St. Patrick's Day Shamroclts ana Harps, Shamrock Center Bricks, Lime Sherberts. E. i B.HIGLEY CO! Phone 115-116 * Z PERFORM Tbe furnace vrtu not perform In a IU8b made manner unlpjs yon feed It hlgh-gradp coal. Be sure of tfce quality of yonr coal. Order, from ra.- r Chapin O'Neil Coal Co. Phono 180* 302 So...Men. MTS TOPCOAT TIME AT GILDNERS . . . SEARS' VALUE » DEMONSTRATION , ,PORTABLE ^ PHONOGRAPH '! , $7:50 A. .Wonderful Value- Buy one now for your cottage. Sears, Roebuck Co. ' 14 First St. N. W. *A : ' · A CEtOOSE YOUR EASTER OUTFIT here with the utmost style assurance. All' 'the fashion highlights are represented with a freshness that la invigorating. $5, $10;$15, Dresses, HOLLYWOOD FROCKS First Door North or Palace Theater JAPANESE'COOKY JARS i ' Imported Japanese Cooky Jars, Gayly. decorated in bright colors. See them in oilr. Gift Shop-Main Floor. , t / DAMON'S, Inc. "The Cheerfnl; Service Store" AIRY-PAlRy Cake Flour. Money-back guarantee. 35c size, NOW 25c SAM RAIZES STORE Open Evenings Z15 S. Federal Phone 45* I: ' Complete Stock of Silver Patterns - U7 Rater* Bra.. Holraw anil E4 mnfa, OrcUd' Pattern. Fontalno Pattern WATCHES 'DIAMONDS .3 West State '' .DIXIE GEM Independent · ; PHONE 490 Others;, Buy Dixie, GEM COAL YonM Bettei Follow Suit! GRAIN FUEL CO. Prize Winning Opportunities Are Ottered Every CSHABMINGLY. CHIC-ire the lovely, new Sprinjr frocks priced ixeluslyely at v $J5 on display at . A PL.4.SINQ CARDS DRIPLESS-CANDLES PAPER 'NAPKINS PAPER DOILIES SHELF" PAPER ' , NUT CUPS . ,PLACE CABDS : · ..TALLY.'CAKtoS. : . ' · . - . , - Y^lliarid·', Hahes li-18 East State St. NORTH IOWA'S LARGEST MEAT MARKET Baby Beef Steak, lb...:.14c ·Bologna, Ib. ,-. 8'/ 2 c Nut Biitierine, Ib. ;.llo ·^ BUEHLER JBROS: v ! 214 S. Federal.Ave-". Pnono 016 A v Always First With Correct Fashions .of : Dependable Quality A V PLAY A WINNING GAME by carrying'your INSURANCE \ . · in the . : Bankeirs ;Liife Co. Bagloy-Bcck Bldg.. Phone 368 A A* Phone W.J.Daly Co. Dependable ·Plumbing Heating Phone 955 For Building;. Materials! . . : ' i , ..ftlASOifl Builders 221 Seventh,f CASH PRIZES FOR HIGH SCORES . Reproduced on these two pages are fqnr bridge hands; the top fa SOUTH or Dealer; the second, WEST, at dealer's. left; the third, NORTH, dealer's partner, and the fourth, EAST, at dealer's right. The play is at regular AUCTION BRIDGE. Dealer bids . . . others In rotation. This is the first of a scries of twelve bridge hands that will be offered to readers of, Thd Mason CityGlobe- Gazette, different hands appearing in this newspaper each Saturday for -twelve weeka, starting: Saturday, February 7. The contest Is open to everyone, except employes of The Mason City Globe-Gazette and their families. To the contestant* making the highest scores in the twelve games played, $125 In CASH prizes will be awarded. Please read these rules carefully 'so that no nilsunder- · landing will ensue. / 1--Hand's are to be played with ordinary playing cards or you mny cut out the card* reproduced above, being carelul to keep the hands arranged and the cards distributed .as they appear on these pages. , : 2--In.bidding, there IS to be no doubling. S--Special Tally sheets are to bo osed in beeping scores, and these tally sheets are Issued FREE to contestants and can bo obtained only "from the firms co-operating in this contest. There arc no obligations of any Idnd and contestants can. procure as many tally sheets as they desire Just for tne aokinjr. A different tally sheet is to bo used each weoh. Each tally sheet should be properly numbered and'properly dated, bearing the date on which the hands played, appeared In the Globe-Gazette. Go to any of the firms represented on these two pages c«cli wcelc, and they will be pleased to give yoti a tally sheet for tbo game to bo played nock. A DOUBLE-FEATURE CONTEST--$150 IN CASH PRIZES First feature . . . Bridge Contest .with the following cash prizes for winners making the highest score- FIRST PRIZE :. .'....'.. _. $50 ' 0( j otiC/OND JrivIZE - ... ._ . . . . . i . . ; _, .., -, :._. _ _ _ _ _ _ oe i\n s THIRD PRIZE s ,,'",,__" "ZTITI 1= no · FOURTH PRIZE ' . " -.., · _.. ,, ,, ' JA^X ' FIFTH to NINTH PRIZES, each ._ '_ I~ "' 5 QQ 1931 MASON CITY GLOBES-GAZETTE IDGE HANDS? $150.oo IN P R I Z E S fRY TUBS! jHEEN we'will give c. Tubs, with Speed Queen save 550 Queen. iStfeeter- it Phone 142 - ' v · N E W WALL PAPER PATTERNS '.\Vill arrive the first-of the week --a large selection of beautiful patterns and colors, reasonably priced. ; . SEE THEM! . MANNING \BKOS. 82 East State V . Phone · 9St)' Great Showing of ; NEW LAMPS ' · Junior Lamps · · Bridge Lamps Table Lamps. Two ; ; Hundred Choice Lamps to ' . · ' . ' · choose from. ' ,PEOPLES GAS ELECTRIC CO. . \ "F«r Better Appliances" GLEANERS FURRIERS RING MOUNTING , There's- nothing- like a · new mounting : to give : 'an old ring fresh charm. Bring your ring in and let us show you what · can be done. ' Bridge Score Pads, can be obtained at our office, fifth floor First National Bank Blag. No obligation. · · . " G. SLAVERY SON W. H. POTTS, Jeweler THE. INSURANCE SERVICE PHONE 357 . 2 ,. STREET OARS A Business Necessity! The most up-to-date methods, equipment, carefully worked out schedules and routing for safe, smooth, rapid handling of passengers is our constant endeavor, Mason City and Clear Lake Railroad Co. w. G. BLOCK Co. HEATQ COAL CLEAN AND BOOTLESS ''.-. '$9.50 . . . . . . . Hundreds of New Easter Frocks Now In Stock v $10 to $29.75/ The Merkel Co. * #* LET US CLEAN YOUR RUGS AND DRAPES FOR EASTER THE Ka4 STORK ANNOUNCING-' The new "Stag", line ot Toilet Goods for the well groomed man; BRADY DRUG, CO. 788 789 P H O N E Try Our HOME MADE BREAD HOME BAKERY 210 N. FEDERAL First National Bank Mason City Affiliated With Northwest Bancorporation ** "PRODUCING QUALITY THAT COMMANDS RESPECT" PHCNE 600 LYONS LAONDEBERS AND DRY CLEANERS *s 3 * New Low Prices are · reflected In our NEW W H I T E B R O A D C L O T H SHIRTS ... 51.50--$1.95. Former seasons they sold for $2 and $2.50. * f Qualities :' ·'.- ffle"' .'.:' Appear- 3 '-of;' these f ea- i; in 1 : the new '-'enlen't terms. ' - ' · · ' VALUES $19.50 $25.00 $35.00 · Wo Repair Eaves Troughs and: Down Spouts. Prepare for'spr}ng; rains by having- them repaired nOW. '· '·. : . . . . ' · .-.. : . - .. FCEL AND FURNACE CO. Ph. 441 ; 147 Fourth St. S. W. CHAMPLIN alts Champlin Gas /for Power CHAMPLIN PF IOWA A 14 Just Received New "Mpjud" Hosiery 4 ' ... $1 New Spring Colors .... STERLING IOWA 1 STATE BUTTER 6KAND *A A _ PEOPLE WHO EAT DOWNTOWN Appreciate our QC one-price meals O O C Menus are consistently appetizing and a high standard of qual- '. ity is maintained. RAINBOW CAFE 120 N. Federal * L 2 * To Be Chic ... Wear Spring Shoes \ NOW Stevens Shoe Co. 105 North Federal Ave. the GLOBE - GAZETTE WANT AD COLUMNS Co. N. E. Ut' ASHUS TO-THE TON FIRESIDE FUEL CO. Phone 888 Before It's Too Latq 5 CALL FOR 444 Our 'Ladies ALL SILK FULL FASHIONED Hoae fQ --a wonderful value at.. l"C The new spring light footwear for ladies Is here. .Splendid Values--but low priced. X C; PENNEY CO. ,. Zn-34 So. Fpdirnl'Ai-c, A * CURRIE-VAN NESS CO. : Seta a new record for low. price on a high grade electric waah- 1 ·=ing machine!!! The Voss--$59.95 Only $2.95 Down During..Slarch Currie-Van- Ness Co. 11 N. Federal Ave. .Phone 17 * V Wo Now Have n Complete Stock ot NEW SPRING MERCHANDISE Prices Within Reach :of All New York Fashion Shop 15 So. Federal Ave. · ONLY THE BEST ' OF INGREDIENTS ' are used in 'the making of our Pastries, Cakes and Bread. That's why they are always so uniform In texture and taste. PURITY BAKERY 210 S. Fednral Ave. MAHLEY'S Quality . Style . .Service ' Facts Only--Truth Always Salem and Plymouth PEWTER Fine assortment of useful pieces $1.00 -- L95 -- $2.95 ... A D O U B L E F E A T U R E CONTEST COND FEATURE OF CONTEST--To the three IndivldnM* nriK^nH,,,, *L i».~^» · ; _ £ . . . ; . . . _ · « . . ' - . . ^^^ ^^^ ° nt ·- 4--Write neatly and concisely just how you played your hand. This is very Important and In case of ties, the manner In outlining the play of hand will determine the winners. There is a special place for writing the outline of play on the Tally Sn6£t* 5--Do NOT send In single tally sheets . . . ivnlt until you have all twelve, then wrap neatly, and bring, send or mall to .The Mason City Globe-Gazette, addressed to the BRIDGE CONTEST EDITOR. Out of town contestants can obtain weekly tally sheets by writing any ot the advertisers represented above. The Bridge Contest Editor of The Mason Oily Globe-Gazette will be pleaded to give nontestrints any additional Information recardlng the contest, at any time. Improve your Bridge by entering this contest now. B-Selectton of winners will be maOe by three Judges. Auction Bridge Authorities, who will ho selected by Tlio Mason City Globe-Gazette. The decisions of thrao judges on all points In the contest will bo final. The best possible defense must be made against tho bidding hands In each problem and the accepted conventions of Auction. Brldgd must bo observed. Contestants agree to accept tho decisions of tho Judges as final In all particulars. This applies to bidding of the hands tut well as tho piny. 7--This entertaining and profitable contest has been mode possible by the cooperation of the advertisers whose announcements appear on these pa»cs Headers of The Mason City r.lahc-Gaxctte arc ur K «il to scan them closely. ° ' COPYUIGHT 1930

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